20 maneiras de como usar formas hexagonais na casa
Nos pisos, paredes, fachadas e mobiliário de apartamentos, lojas e restaurantes, estes 20 ambientes mostram a versatilidade dos hexágonos
46.5" Benton Collection Distressed Light Blue Fayetteville Bathroom Sink Vanity - HF-8535BU
Dimensions: 46.5 x 21 x 35" H The vintage-style Fayetteville with intricately carved details give this vanity a distinctive touch. Adding an antique finish also enhance the look. This graceful design with elegant bathroom vanity offers a look that will create a relaxing retreat in any home. Four functional side drawers provide ample space for essential storage. Fully Assembled by manufacturer, sink and counter top pre-installed White marble counter top (one large genuine) - Due to the…
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The Nautis by Aston brings simplistic sophistication to your next shower renovation. This modern fixture consists of a fixed glass panel paired with a hinged door to create a beautiful completely frameless alcove unit that instantly upgrades your bathroom space. The Nautis is constructed with 3/8-inch (10mm) ANSI-certified clear tempered glass, stainless steel or chrome finished hardware, self-centering hinges, premium leak-seal clear strips and is engineered for reversible left or right…
Thirty-One Gifts LLC
typical use for magazine basket - toilet paper and magazine holder in bathrooms plus fits a small trash can (in the medium/large basket)
15 Things Organized People Have in Their Homes
Kill two birds with one stone by turning a basket into a toilet paper organizer and dispenser for your bathroom. While you might be able to DIY this with a basket and a wooden dowel, you can buy this exact piece here.
Undersink Cabinet Organizer with Pull Out Baskets
How to cut the clutter under your sink by building an easy plywood undersink organizer with slide out baskets.
The “You’ll Never Believe This Isn’t Stacked Stone” Bathroom Makeover
Renovation by: Wendy Location: Nevada City We wanted the look of a stacked stone accent wall in our bathroom. However, we were unable to find a stone veneer that would fit behind our toilet. We decided to use reclaimed pine which we got from used pallets. We cut approximately 350 pieces of wood into different lengths and depths all with the same height (2.5 inches). We used a very strong floor glue to adhere the pieces of wood to the wall. After the wall was complete, we painted it a light…